Events

Sunday, 03 June 2018

Theatre in the Garden: The Tempest

18:00 - 21:20

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Theatre in the Garden: The Tempest

Date: Sunday 3rd June 2018

Time: Gates open at 6.00pm. Performance starts at 7.00pm.

Held in Arthurs garden at Coolings

Running time: 2 hrs with a 20 min interval

Suitable for: Adults/ Children 7+

Adults £17.99 per person

Children 15 & under £5.99

Family ticket (2 adults & 2 children) £39.99

Buy our NEW OFFER: Attend 3 Theatre in the Garden events for the price of 2: Click for 3 for 2 Tickets

 

Shakespeare’s tale of illusion and revenge is brought vividly to life in Oddsocks’ musical, Sci-fi adaptation.

 

From the company who brought you “downright funny” Macbeth. Experience The Tempest like never before as you‘re transported far off to a distant universe!


On board the spaceship you’ll find Prospero; an ageing Astronaut, his fearless daughter Miranda and a host of madcap aliens, some of whom have murder on their mind! Prepare for launch, get on your space suits and take one small step for man, one giant leap for Shakespeare!

Tickets:

You will receive an email from Eventbrite our online booking system provider. This email will contain your ticket/s . Please make sure you print these tickets along with the accompanying email. You will be required to present these to a member of the Coolings team before attending the event / excursion.

 

Additional Information:

This event will start at 7pm in Arthurs Garden at Coolings Garden Centre, we suggest you arrive 15 minutes early to allow time for parking and seating.

On the night you are welcome to bring a picnic and make a real evening of it in our garden. Arthurs will be open offering a range of hot drinks and cakes for interval pre order, before also during interval.

Seating will not be available, you can bring your own chairs, but they will be situated at the back as people who bring blankets will be at the front, so everyone gets a clear view.

As this is an all weather event, always dress for cold weather, we suggest bringing plastic sheeting and wearing good waterproofs in the event of rain, umbrellas will not be allowed as they block the view.

Why not book our Coolings Theatre in the Garden - Attend 3 Theatre in the Garden events for the price of 2

18:00 - 21:30

Eventbrite - Scotland Holiday Including Geoff Hamilton's, Barnsdale, Alnwick & Her Majesty's Yacht Britannia (5 days)

Why not book our Coolings Theatre in the Garden - Attend 3 Theatre in the Garden events for the price of 2

Save up to £39.99 on a Family ticket or £17.99 on an Adult ticket when attending two or more Theatre in the Garden events at Coolings this summer. With four exciting productions on this summer, we are sure to have something for everyone!

Theatre in the Garden: The Tempest

Date: Sunday 3rd June 2018

Shakespeare’s tale of illusion and revenge is brought vividly to life in Oddsocks’ musical, Sci-fi adaptation.

From the company who brought you “downright funny” Macbeth. Experience The Tempest like never before as you‘re transported far off to a distant universe!

On board the spaceship you’ll find Prospero; an ageing Astronaut, his fearless daughter Miranda and a host of madcap aliens, some of whom have murder on their mind! Prepare for launch, get on your space suits and take one small step for man, one giant leap for Shakespeare!

Theatre in the Garden: The Merchant of Venice

Date: Saturday 23rd June 2018

The Merchant of Venice is a funny play that deals with serious issues. Wealthy Antonio borrows money from Shylock, and is so confident about paying it back that he jokingly enters into a ridiculous agreement: that he will give Shylock a pound of his flesh should he default. Then events conspire against him so that he cannot repay the loan.

Meanwhile Bassanio risks everything in the hope of winning the hand of Portia in marriage. Admittedly he succeeds - but when she gives him a ring to keep, and he is compelled to give it away, what future for their domestic bliss? Shakespeare’s great courtroom drama is by turns thrilling, funny, romantic and unsettling. International award-winning Illyria promise a production to keep you on the edge of your seat!

Theatre in the Garden: Illyria’s The Pirates of Penzance

Date: Sun 12th August 2018

Frederick, apprenticed to the Pirates since a child, reaches the age of 21 and announces to the Pirate King that it is his duty leave them, to seek his fortune in a more wholesome way than piracy. He reaches land and finds Major Stanley's beautiful daughters, falling in love with Mabel the most beautiful of them. But then he learns that he was born on 29th February, and that he is contracted to the Pirate King until his 21st BIRTHDAY, not his 21st year… With hilarious melodrama, sharp satire and glittering wit, "The Pirates of Penzance" is as fresh as if it had been written today. It is packed-full of memorable songs such as "To be a Pirate King!"; "Modern Major General" and "A Policeman's Lot is Not a Happy One”.

Theatre in the Garden: The Hound of the Baskervilles by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle

Date: Sunday 2nd September 2018

Who killed Sir Charles Baskerville? Can anyone prevent the same fate befalling the young Sir Henry Baskerville? Is a monstrous hound really roaming Dartmoor? Why is someone systematically stealing Sir Henry’s shoes? And how does a ghostly hound manage to leave vast paw-prints and other unwelcome evidence of its existence? The original and greatest literary detective of them all, Sherlock Holmes, and his assistant Doctor Watson, tackle the most baffling case of their careers in this faithful, cheeky but chilling adaptation...

Tickets:

You will receive an email from Eventbrite our online booking system provider. This email will contain your ticket/s . Please make sure you print these tickets along with the accompanying email. You will be required to present these to a member of the Coolings team before attending the event / excursion.

Please keep HOLD of you tickets as you will be required to present these when attending any of the five theatre in the garden events.

 

Additional Information:

We suggest you arrive 15 minutes early to allow time for parking. Within our car park there will be a designated area for you to park. Please follow the signage on the day.

On the night you are welcome to bring a picnic and make a real evening of it in our garden. Also drinks and snacks will be available on the night

Seating will not be available, you can bring your own chairs, but they will be situated at the back as people who bring blankets will be at the front, so everyone gets a clear view.

As this is an all weather event, always dress for cold weather, we suggest bringing plastic sheeting and wearing good waterproofs in the event of rain, umbrellas will not be allowed as they block the view.

Thursday, 07 June 2018

Borde Hill and High Beeches

08:30 - 18:00

Eventbrite - Scotland Holiday Including Geoff Hamilton's, Barnsdale, Alnwick & Her Majesty's Yacht Britannia (5 days)

Borde Hill and High Beeches

Date: Thursday 7th June 2018

Price: £69 per person (includes 10% Family Card Discount)

Departs Coolings: 8.30am

Estimated Return: 6pm

Includes coach, entries but not lunch or refreshments.

Escorted Tour

Visit two fabulous gardens in one day!

We start our day at Borde Hill. Set within an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty with spectacular views over the Sussex Weald and the Ouse Valley, Borde Hill’s grounds extend to over 200 acres across the garden, woodland and parkland. The 17 acres of formal garden are designed in a series of outdoor ‘rooms’, each with its own distinctive character, colour and scent. From the exotic ‘Garden of Allah’ and the beautiful Azelea Ring, to the traditional Rose Garden and peaceful Italian Garden, Borde Hill is a treat for the senses. Our historic Garden is constantly evolving with new plantings and designs to add to variety, colour and interest throughout the year.

 

In the afternoon we can progress to High Beeches. High Beeches house was destroyed by fire during WW2 when an aeroplane crashed into it, thankfully the beautiful gardens survived and can still be enjoyed today. High Beeches Gardens in Sussex is 27 acres of rhododendrons, rare plants, trees and shrubs. Declared ‘outstanding’ by English Heritage, it is a well preserved example of early 20th century woodland gardens. Loose yourself in the enchantment of the gardens, it's easy to spend a day here and not notice!

Tickets:

You will receive an email from Eventbrite our online booking system provider. This email will contain your ticket/s . Please make sure you print these tickets along with the accompanying email. You will be required to present these to a member of the Coolings team before attending the event / excursion.

 

Additional Information:

This trip will depart at 8:30am from Coolings Garden Centre, we suggest you arrive 15 minutes early to allow time for parking. Within our car park there will be a designated area for you to park. Please follow the signage on the day.

The trip will return at approximately 6pm, but please be aware this time is approximate and can be subject to change dependant on traffic and circumstances beyond our control.

Coolings always use the finest quality coaches and all but the very smallest vehicles are fitted with toilets and we also aim to stop roughly every 90 minutes to stretch your legs and refresh ourselves.

A member of the Coolings team will be present throughout your excursion to assist you and be on hand should you have any questions or concerns.

Friday, 08 June 2018

Coolings Rose Celebration

09:00 - 17:30

Following lasts year's success, we will be once again, getting out the bunting (literally!) to celebrate one of the most well-known and well-loved garden plants – the quintessential English Rose, we also have some great offers for our Coolings Family members.

Our celebration starts on the 8th June and will run every day until the 1st July. As you exit our shop onto our plant area you will see a fabulous display of Roses in a festival type setting.  We will also have a display of plants that make great companions to Roses.  On the opening weekend (8th - 9th and 10th June) we welcome our resident Rose Expert, Terry Austin who will be around all weekend to answer any rose related questions or queries you may have, or you may just want some advice on how to care for and maintain your Roses.  

The fun continues in Arthurs with a selection of Rose themed cakes washed down with a Rose water infused mocktail, along with some other surprises.  Plus, Coolings Family members will be able to enjoy 2 for £20 on all our Roses (up to the value of £15.99) as well as 2 for £12 on Geranium 'Roseanne' 2L, the perfect companion plant to Roses (normally £9.99 each).    

Keep it Local Craft Fair

10:00 - 16:30

Keep it Local Events will be at Coolings all weekend (Friday, Saturday, Sunday) to showcase their exquisite gifts and treats ALL hand-made in the South East of England...and at such reasonable prices!  Don't travel miles for that very special gift or have that gift travel miles to you.

More details of Keep it Local fairs in 2018 at www.keepitlocalevents.co.uk

Free entrance, ample parking, browse at your leisure.

Saturday, 09 June 2018

Bromley Friends of the Earth

10:00 - 16:00

Volunteers from Bromley Friends of the Earth will be here all day to show customers on how to improve the environment.

Keep it Local Craft Fair

10:00 - 16:30

Keep it Local Events will be at Coolings all weekend (Friday, Saturday, Sunday) to showcase their exquisite gifts and treats ALL hand-made in the South East of England...and at such reasonable prices!  Don't travel miles for that very special gift or have that gift travel miles to you.

More details of Keep it Local fairs in 2018 at www.keepitlocalevents.co.uk

Free entrance, ample parking, browse at your leisure.

Sunday, 10 June 2018

Keep it Local Craft Fair

10:00 - 16:30

Keep it Local Events will be at Coolings all weekend (Friday, Saturday, Sunday) to showcase their exquisite gifts and treats ALL hand-made in the South East of England...and at such reasonable prices!  Don't travel miles for that very special gift or have that gift travel miles to you.

More details of Keep it Local fairs in 2018 at www.keepitlocalevents.co.uk

Free entrance, ample parking, browse at your leisure.

Thursday, 14 June 2018

Course: Building your Family Tree -THIS EVENT HAS BEEN CANCELLED

10:30 - 13:30

We regret to inform you that due to unforeseen circumstances this event has been cancelled.  Apologies for any inconvenience caused.

This is a 5-week course for beginners, each session will last 3 hours (including tea break), and will incorporate a Q&A section in addition to teaching time.

The course will cover all aspects of starting out on your family history and what you need to know to build a good research technique, to ensure you are following the right line, and to get the most out of the available sources.  This way students will end up with much more than a list of names and will have a better understanding of your ancestors' lives.

Cost £99 (includes 10% Family Card discount).

To book call 01959 532269 or visit www.coolings.co.uk/education

Friday, 15 June 2018

Course: Flower Pressing (2 weeks)

13:30 - 15:30

Learn the Victorian art of flower pressing with a contemporary twist using pressed flowers to create your own unique floral phone and tablet covers, in addition to learning to press flowers and using them for their traditional uses as decorations for: greeting cards, writing stationary, collages and Herbarium book.

All course materials are supplied.  Course also running in June.

Cost: £50 (includes 10% Family Card discount)

To book call 01959 532269 or visit www.coolings.co.uk/education

Saturday, 16 June 2018

Orpington Bee Keepers

10:00 - 16:00

Find out how you too can help the bee population, and with homemade honey!

Course: Flower Pressing (2 weeks)

13:30 - 15:30

Learn the Victorian art of flower pressing with a contemporary twist using pressed flowers to create your own unique floral phone and tablet covers, in addition to learning to press flowers and using them for their traditional uses as decorations for: greeting cards, writing stationary, collages and Herbarium book.

All course materials are supplied.  

Cost: £50 (includes 10% Family Card discount)

To book call 01959 532269 or visit www.coolings.co.uk/education

Sunday, 17 June 2018

Great Gardens of Cornwall (5 Day Excursion)

08:00 - 19:00

Eventbrite - Great Gardens of Cornwall (5 Day Excursion)

Great Gardens of Cornwall 

Date: Sunday 17th June - Thursday 21st June 2018 (5 Days, 4 nights)

Early Bird Discount if you Book NOW

Depart 8am from Coolings

 

Price: Prices from £959 per person

(If booked before 24th December 2017 including Early Bird Booking Discount + 10% Coolings Family Discount)

Single Person Supplement £320

A Payment plan applies to this holiday if booked before 24th December 2017

The retail price after 24th December 2017 is £1,199

 

Readers will remember we visited Cornwall to see the Eden Project and The Lost Gardens of Heligan last year.

Those of you who chose to come will recall the luxury of the superb Carlyon Bay Hotel where we were utterly spoiled in what most of us believe is a five-star hotel pretending to be a four-star hotel!

For this break we return for more pampering and pleasure to this lovely hotel and spa/golf course, in between our forays out into the wilds of Cornwall and its garden treasures.

At the time of writing, the gardens are still fully tied up with their 2017 season and are still to finalise their 2018 programmes, so it may be necessary to vary the days we see some of the gardens below. But hopefully all will fall into our timetable without difficulty!

Many of these gardens are hilly, so you will need to be reasonably comfortable with slopes and steps, to enter and enjoy all the gardens we will be visiting.

Day 1

We depart Coolings at 8am and head southwards on our luxurious coach, with frequent stops to stretch our legs.

On the way south we aim to squeeze in a visit to Mount Edgcumbe Gardens opposite Plymouth. Entry to these fantastic gardens is free, and our visit is dependent on making good time as we travel through the day.

Finally, we aim to arrive at the hotel at around 6pm, hopefully a little earlier.

Day 2

One of the joys of Cornwall is that nothing opens until 10am, and so we can have a leisurely breakfast and depart at a comfortable hour on each day we are staying in the County!

Our first visit of the day will be to Trewidden Garden, right down near the very end of the peninsula.

This garden has a rich horticultural and industrial past where you can experience the truly remarkable stand of tree ferns, set within ancient tin workings, and said to be the finest in the Northern Hemisphere.

Find Champion Magnolias, a venerable old Jelly Palm, and an extensive collection of Camellias, Rhododendrons and Azaleas all within a mature woodland setting.

The Walled Garden has mixed borders to provide a riot of colour for the summer months, with ancient tin smelting kettles used as water features. Unusual, rare and exotic plants plus specimens new to cultivation provide a wide range of interest for visitors and garden enthusiasts alike!

 

Moving on from this treasure we next go to visit Bonython, situated on the Lizard Peninsula and close to the mainland’s most southerly point!

The manor house strikes a dramatic sea-facing pose, its grand façade dating back to the 1780s. Since new South African owners took over in 1999, a modern and exotic horticultural twist has brought Bonython to the attention of the keen plant brigades.

Explore the South African roots beneath the scorching display of ornamental grasses, cannas and proteas that bring one of the three lakes into a froth of colour throughout August and September. But rainbows don’t stop here. Herbaceous borders of the walled garden are lined with alliums, catmint and carefully selected varieties that enhance blue, purple, yellow and white colour themes. Even the herb garden has been sprinkled with ‘picking flowers’ to infuse it with vibrant pink and burgundy hues.

The array of species is enough to whet any garden-lover’s appetite, especially when it’s served up with a jaw-dropping view that stretches over the orchard of Cornish apple trees towards the swan-scattered Lake Joy. And a joy it really is, for a wander back through the woodland walk, or a meander through the tree fern and rhododendron dell can be described as nothing less.

Indulge in the enchanting atmosphere of what was a traditional garden, and has now been passionately infused with innovative planting to become one of the most interesting gardens in the southwest.

 

Day 3

Our first treasure today is another famous name, Trebah, a sub-tropical paradise with a stunning coastal backdrop; the result of 175 years of inspired and dedicated creation.

Discover the magic of this beautiful valley garden, explore under canopies bursting with exotic blooms and follow vibrant tunnels of colour that cascade down to our very own secluded beach on the Helford River.

Trebah offers visitors a year round experience. In spring, Trebah comes alive with a colourful array of 100-year-old rhododendrons, magnolias and camellias; in summer, the giant gunnera is a must see for young and old. In autumn, Hydrangea Valley casts clouds of china blue and soft white across Mallard Pond, and in winter, the spectacular champion trees dominate the landscape, whilst plants from the southern hemisphere flower.

The history of Trebah is a fascinating tale, from its creation by Charles Fox, part of the Fox family of Falmouth whose influence on Cornish gardens is well documented, to the second world war, when Trebah’s beach was an embarkation point for the 29th US Infantry Division destined for the assault landing on Omaha beach.

Between 1961 and 1971 Trebah was owned by the racing driver and car designer Donald Healey, who removed most of the concrete from the beach, built the boathouse and restored the ponds. In 1981, Trebah was bought by Major Hibbert and his wife Eira, who continued a programme of restoration, and in 1990 the Hibberts donated the house and garden to the Trebah Garden Trust, a registered charity.

If we can tear ourselves away from this superb paradise we’ll head to the superb Lamorran  
Situated on the Roseland Peninsula, this sub-tropical Italianate garden of many levels is built on a south facing slope. It is surrounded by water on three sides, and with St Anthony’s Head across the estuary, creates a protected inlet to St Mawes and the river beyond, as well as a lovely view. . 

These unique conditions mean that the garden remains frost free in all but the most serious of winters; the last recorded frost being in 1987. A wide range of plants from all over the world is therefore able to be grown, resulting in something of a plantsperson’s paradise. An extensive, eclectic and unusual range of plants can be found, with particular emphasis on southern hemisphere and sub-tropical flora.

It’s a plant person’s paradise with emphasis on plants from the Southern Hemisphere, and is divided into compartments and levels ensuring a sense of adventure while you seek out the hidden treasures.

Day 4

Our first stop of the day will be Trewithen.

Enjoying the warmth of the Gulf Stream, these magical Cornish gardens are home to a wealth of the most exciting, rare and beautiful plants and trees in the British Isles.

The creative genius of the early 19th century Cornish garden owners, and their hunger and passion for exotica, led them to sponsor the great Victorian plant hunting expeditions. The seeds and plants which they brought back from all over the world helped create these unique examples of wild and magnificent living theatre.

A beautiful place to visit, there is something to discover at every turn of Trewithen’s level gravelled pathways. Champion Trees, rare shrubs, exotic fern collections, woodland glades, wildflowers and the longest lawn in Cornwall – just some of the features of a truly beautiful place that visitors say is both inspiring and relaxing.

There are viewing platforms so you can get up close to the floral canopy, a rare camera obscura and a sycamore avenue.

Moving along from this triumph our next stop will be Marsh Villa Gardens.

This magical 3-acre water and woodland garden lies in a former tidal creek and is rich in variety and conservational significance. With the first plantings in 1988, the garden is well established, boasting extensive herbaceous borders and mixed beds, amongst a charming network of waterways which drain the Treesmill marsh levels.

A hornbeam avenue forms a central axis whilst meandering paths lead from one ‘room’ to the next

Wednesday, 20 June 2018

Course: Summer Pruning of Fruit Trees

09:30 - 12:30

This is a a one day course and is also running again on Friday 22nd June 2018.

For full details and to book please visit:  

http://www.coolings.co.uk/education/40/east-malling-short-courses

Saturday, 23 June 2018

Meet the Lecturers

14:00 - 16:00

Coolings runs a wide range of gardening related courses, some practical, some academic and some just for fun.  They're all reichly rewarding, both socially and in learning.  Why not come along and meet our lecturers to see what it's all about?  No need to book, just pop along on the day.

Theatre in the Garden: The Merchant of Venice

18:00 - 21:40

Eventbrite - Scotland Holiday Including Geoff Hamilton's, Barnsdale, Alnwick & Her Majesty's Yacht Britannia (5 days)

Theatre in the Garden: The Merchant of Venice

Due to a printing error in our latest Events & Excursions brochure regarding the date on this event the date is: Saturday 23rd June 2018

Date: Saturday 23rd June 2018

Time: Gates open at 6.00pm. Performance starts at 7.00pm.

Arthurs garden at Coolings

Running time: 2 hrs 20mins with a 20 min interval

Suitable for: Adults/ Children 7+

Adults £17.99 per person

Children 15 & under £5.99

Family ticket (2 adults & 2 children) £39.99

Take advantage of our NEW OFFER: Attend 3 Theatre in the Garden events for the price of 2:

Click for 3 for 2 Tickets

 

The Merchant of Venice is a funny play that deals with serious issues. Wealthy Antonio borrows money from Shylock, and is so confident about paying it back that he jokingly enters into a ridiculous agreement: that he will give Shylock a pound of his flesh should he default. Then events conspire against him so that he cannot repay the loan.

 

Meanwhile Bassanio risks everything in the hope of winning the hand of Portia in marriage. Admittedly he succeeds - but when she gives him a ring to keep, and he is compelled to give it away, what future for their domestic bliss? Shakespeare’s great courtroom drama is by turns thrilling, funny, romantic and unsettling. International award-winning Illyria promise a production to keep you on the edge of your seat!

Tickets:

You will receive an email from Eventbrite our online booking system provider. This email will contain your ticket/s . Please make sure you print these tickets along with the accompanying email. You will be required to present these to a member of the Coolings team before attending the event / excursion.

 

Additional Information:

This event will start at 7pm in Arthurs Garden at Coolings Garden Centre, we suggest you arrive 15 minutes early to allow time for parking and seating.

On the night you are welcome to bring a picnic and make a real evening of it in our garden. Arthurs will be open offering a range of hot drinks and cakes for interval pre order, before also during interval.

Seating will not be available, you can bring your own chairs, but they will be situated at the back as people who bring blankets will be at the front, so everyone gets a clear view.

As this is an all weather event, always dress for cold weather, we suggest bringing plastic sheeting and wearing good waterproofs in the event of rain, umbrellas will not be allowed as they block the view.

Food & Produce Market (Keep it Local Events)

09:00 - 13:00

Organised by the Keep it Local team who created the popular craft fairs at Coolings, there will be all your regular favourite stalls as well as some additional producers selling fresh, locally sourced or made foods. Tip top fresh meat, fish, bread and cakes, fruit and vegetables grown for flavour rather than volume, juicy jams and chutneys and varieties of locally brewed beers are just some of the delights you will find here.

Free to attend.

Extra Information: Organised by the Keep it Local team. The market runs from 9am to 1pm every fourth Saturday of the month. Except for December (runs 30th Nov, 1st & 2nd December).

Sunday, 24 June 2018

Skin Health Clinic

10:00 - 16:00

Skin Health Clinic

It is so important to wear suncream, particularly if you are out in the garden all day long.  On the 24th June, the melanoma and skin cancer team from Queen Victoria Hospital in East Grinstead will be coming to Coolings to perform on the spot skin checks.  So, if you are worried about a mole or a blemish or just fancy a personal skin analysis, just pop along and chat with one of the team.

 

To pre-book your FREE visit on our bus and escape the queue please visit www.watchyourback/events

 

Friday, 29 June 2018

Coolings Summer Flower Exhibition

09:00 - 17:30

Come and visit our 14,000ft2 house of homegrown flowers!

Many of our customers love telling us how at home they feel when they come to visit us, and now that many of you are part of our Coolings Family we are celebrating by inviting you all to visit our house...of flowers!

This year our Summer Flower Exhibition will be a spectacular house full of flowers all homegrown by our team here at Coolings.  We love showing off the best of what we've grown to support our chosen charity, which for 2018, is Cardiac Risk in the Young (CRY) in memory of Evan Shonfield who worked with us in Arthurs before his very sad and sudden death last year at the age of 20.

We look foward to taking you on a tour round our very colour co-ordinated, 14,000ft2 house filled with more than 200 homegrown flowers - make sure you wipe your feet on the way in!

Open everyday from Friday 29th June - Sunday 29th July.  Open daily from 9am - 5pm.

Saturday, 30 June 2018

Orpington Art Club

10:00 - 16:00

Can you spot the next great master?  We are always amazed at the talent on display from this group.

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